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Re: publisher passing 401 authentication error to AEM-man...
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leoh16127286
- Adobe Experience Manager
My CSE white-listed my access to Dispatcher in one of my lower environments. However, I am still seeing 401 there even after adding "RequestHeader unset Authorization" to my vhost there as he suggested. I was hoping to tap into the forum knowledge before going to Daycare.

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publisher passing 401 authentication error to AEM-managed dispatcher
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I would like to get an access to my managed dispatchers as our CSE has suggested. He also pointed to https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/Adobe-Experience-Manager/publisher-passing-401-authentication-error-to-localhost/qaq-p/192230 post as a solution. I added RequestHeader unset Authorization to the mod_headers.c section of my vhost file, but that did not solve the problem. I am wondering what additional limitations on dispatchers and publishers in environments managed by Adobe preve...

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Re: Dispatcher does not pass mod_rewrite logging included via disp_apache2.c
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LogLevel alert rewrite:trace6 produces rewrites in error_log. I did not check error_log initially because it was counter-intuitive to search for debug info in errors

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Re: Dispatcher does not pass mod_rewrite logging included via disp_apache2.c
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As for https://stackoverflow.com/questions/9632852/how-to-debug-apache-mod-rewrite​, the suggestion is to use LogLevel in Apache 2.4, which I did

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Re: Dispatcher does not pass mod_rewrite logging included via disp_apache2.c
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I tried setting "LogLevel warn rewrite:debug" which did not produce any rewrite rules output either.

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Dispatcher does not pass mod_rewrite logging included via disp_apache2.c
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- Adobe Experience Manager
I was unable to turn logging on for mod_rewrite.I tried setting "LogLevel warn rewrite:info" in my_publish.vhost (see core - Apache HTTP Server Version 2.5 ), but my own rewrites would not get logged. On the other hand, default rewrite rules started getting logged with this setting.Any suggestions?Thanks,Leo

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Re: JSON Exporter would not deliver the contents of my pages published in some environments
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berliant​, thanks for your suggestion. After making some changes to Apache rewrite rules for environments in question, the problem got fixed.

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Re: Cannot modify dispatcher_vhost.conf
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It is related to the SELinux properties protecting the whole folder, according to our Adobe Support Engineer.

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JSON Exporter would not deliver the contents of my pages published in some environments
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I have a page with the following path /content-test/order/image-content-service.html, which is published in all my environments.When I try getting the JSON model of it /content-test/order/image-content-service.model.json, it returns JSON in some environments. In other environments, it just returns the same page.I am wondering if there is some environment setting that enables JSON delivery.Can anybody help?Thanks,Leo

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Cannot modify dispatcher_vhost.conf
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I am modifying an AEM Dispatcher configuration. Unlike other configuration files, an attempt to save this file in vi with w! results in '"dispatcher vhost.conf" E212: Can't open file for writing' error.The command I used to open this file is "sudo vi dispatcher_vhost.conf". I don't have problems with other files in /etc/httpd/conf.d even though the file permissions are exactly the same.Did anybody experience similar problems?Thanks,Leo

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